This luxurious blush and rose inspiration shoot and HoneyBook launch party designed by Storybook Weddings & Events at Chicago’s Gallery 1028 is exactly what dreams are made of (or at least mine!). Here at ELD, we all love when spaces have exposed brick because it adds just the right touch of history. When brick is paired with wooden tables and glowing chandeliers, magic comes to life, friends!
Today’s styled shoot combines all of the elements I just mentioned together with a table lined with the prettiest ivory florals by Pollen and Pastry, lovely blush ribbon tied place cards (my favorite detail), a killer dessert table, and a lounge space complete with geometric hanging florals. The space may be vast and open, but the team made it feel intimate and warm. Captured by our favorite midwest photographer, Rachael Osborn Photography, welcome to the prettiest intimate wedding, dinner party, rehearsal dinner, or bridal shower you may ever attend. The options are truly endless, y’all, but I hope the ELD team is on the invite list!
Vendors who made it all happen…
Photographer: Rachael Osborn Photography // Event Planner & Designer: Storybook Weddings & Events // Other: Chicago Farm Tables // Event Planner: Ever After Planning // Reception Venue: Gallery 1028 // Equipment Rentals: Halls Rental // Heirlooms and extras: Nimble Well // Floral Designer: Pollen and Pastry // Cake Designer: Pollen and Pastry // Equipment Rentals: Rent Vintage Chicago // Equipment Rentals: Studio AG Design // Invitation Designer: The Art in Tara//
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